Hackers have posted a document that allegedly has usernames and passwords for an Apple server. The find, posted via the AntiSec hacking campaign, appears to be a warning that Apple "could be a target, too."
The bigger picture here is that Apple will become an increasing target for these hacker groups if the company provides the right trigger. Apple could represent the Holy Grail for malicious hackers, given its stash of iTunes customer data. If Sony, AT&T and the CIA can bring hackers headlines, just imagine what Apple could do.
That take looks to be roughly correct, but there’s a warning embedded here. Hackers apparently are too "busy elsewhere" to mess with Apple, but that doesn't mean the company is bulletproof. One trigger—something that may annoy hackers—could set off a larger attack.
Apple hasn't commented yet, and probably won't. AntiSec claims a technical support server. It's not a big deal yet. The big question is whether Apple's more valuable servers — iTunes and iCloud — will become targets.
Via ZDNet US
The list of what is claimed to be usernames and passwords for an Apple server.